When Hunting Big Game, Drive This Thing

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The next time you go big game hunting, forget driving the Land Rover or Land Cruiser. You'll want the Boss Hunting Truck.

Ernest Hemingway once wrote: "One does not hunt in order to kill; on the contrary, one kills in order to have hunted." Instead of settling for anything less than the ideal hunt, one should go all the way and get the The Boss Hunting Truck. This Hummer H1-based ultimate hunting mobile is powered by a 6.5-liter turbo diesel coupled with a four-wheel-drive system. Designed by Parker Brothers Concepts specifically for the purpose of big game hunting in Africa and Alaska, it can cost anywhere from $200,000 to $500,000.

That may sounds quite high, but here’s what you get: five monitors for six external cameras, a CB radio, internal gun holsters and additional storage for ammo. Want more? You can also check the box that will add a drone plane with iPad control and a camera feed with "live viewing." Even the exterior camouflage design is magnetically interchangeable. There are also 44" Super Swamper wheels that have an inflate/deflate capability and two 12,000 lbs. winches at the front and rear bumpers. But the part about the viewing box up top and the beer cooler inside is something Hemingway would surely approve of. Hat tip to "mdibon" !

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